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NAME

       strrstr - locate last occurence of substring

SYNOPSIS

       #include <publib.h>
       char *strrstr(const char *str, const char *pat);

DESCRIPTION

       strrstr  finds  the  last  occurence of the string pat in the string str.  The terminating
       '\0' characters are not compared.

RETURN VALUE

       strrstr returns a pointer to the  first  character  of  the  substring,  or  NULL  if  the
       substring is not found.

EXAMPLE

       To  print  out  everything  on each line starting with the last occurence of "/* " on each
       line, you might use the following code:

            #include <stdio.h>
            #include <publib.h>

            int main(void) {
                 char *p, line[512];

                 while (fgets(line, sizeof(line), stdin) != NULL) {
                      p = strrstr(line, "/* ");
                      if (p != NULL)
                           printf("%s", p);
                 }
                 return 0;
            }

SEE ALSO

       publib(3), string(3), strstr(3)

AUTHOR

       Lars Wirzenius (lars.wirzenius@helsinki.fi)